Friday, March 25, 2011

"Jesus Loves Me"

This clip was captured December 31, 1988, the day after my daughter's third birthday. Watching her as a young child can make me laugh or make me cry, but either way, I'm always grateful for such priceless moments frozen in time. I can't watch this clip without smiling. I hope it makes you smile, too.

Please welcome Miss Leslie as she sings, "Jesus Loves Me."

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13 comments:

  1. This is precious! It put a smile on my face and in my heart.

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  2. This does make me smile, dear Gayle! So glad you shared your memory with us. Wow, she was so confident at just turning 3!!!!! Not to mention, very smart!

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  3. My sweetie pie, Leslie. Love her bunches!

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  4. priceless...and totally adorable

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  5. This is so cute~~~Yes,I can see how this can put tears in a mothers eyes.
    God Bless,
    Ginger

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  6. A warm moment on a cold day...so cute!

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  7. Oh, it made me smile all right.It made me smile in a big way and yet gave me a nostalgic feeling at the same time.

    I love to look at old videos and thank God frequently that I have the ability to capture time.

    (You realize of course that I'm humming "Jesus Loves Me" now?

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  8. How precious! I understand the tears...

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  9. Hi Gayle,

    This is my first visit to your blog and I'm glad I got the opportunity to hear a song that says so much about the love of Jesus; your daughter's rendition made this even more precious to hear.

    Blessings and peace.

    MTJ

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  10. So precious. And much more precious is that she was taught the great truth of Jesus' love for her from a young age. What a blessing for your sweet Miss Leslie.

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  11. A Prayer From Jesus

    Jesus I brought this prayer to your people and they rejected it. So I added a comment on the importance of this prayer and your plan of Salvation, again no responses. Finally with fire and brimstone, mentioned their destination, it was as if they could not even hear.

    Jesus am I to be a profit as unto Jeremiah or like unto Jonah. I fell like Jonah, no matter what I want to do, You all ways command me to do this small task, deliver Your prayer. Except the results are as unto Jermiah. When not one obeyed when You said, they will find safety out of the city.

    Jesus, you created me as neither but one of power, in Jesus NAME. Devil in the NAME of JESUS I bind you in Jesus name. Release your hold on those who will be called, son's of Jesus. I command you in JESUS NAME to be gone from all who read this post, in Jesus Name. For the glory is yours alone Jesus. I lift your Name up in Praise now, Lord Jesus. Open my eyes in Jesus Name and let me receive from You, this very hour in JESUS NAME.
    .
    - A PRAYER FROM JESUS -

    This prayer is from Jesus that we may hear from Him, that He may speak to our hearts. It only consist of three simple steps.

    1, We need to read one scripture. This will focus us in the word that brings everlasting life.

    2, Since this prayer is from Jesus we need to direct our prayer to Him personally. Too often Christian focuses they're prayer's to G_D or Father. Scripture proclaims, that Jesus should be the focus of our prayer.

    3, The simplest part of this Prayer is to ask Jesus one question. Please, all that is required for this question is that it should be simple. Let Jesus Himself finish the question when He gives you that understanding through this prayer.

    The PRAYER

    A) The scripture that is the focus of this prayer is "ACTS 2:38". It's not necessary to do any study into this scripture. Jesus will give you the understanding that will resonate in your heart. Just read Acts 2:38, keep it in your heart and take this one scripture to prayer

    B) The most important part of this prayer is that we need to direct our prayer directly to Jesus. If you normally would say Father in your prayer, change your focus from the Father to Jesus, by lifting Jesus name up every time you would normally use Father in your prayer.

    C) Maybe the hardest part of this prayer is the question that we need to ask Jesus. For man is always trying to understand the question, instead of listening to the answer. The simplest question is all that is required.
    Simply ask Jesus, 'WHY'?

    For those who are obedient
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